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Hokusai

[ hoh-kuh-sahy, hoh-kuh-sahy; Japanese haw-koo-sahy ]

noun

  1. Ka·tsu·shi·ka [kah, -ts, oo, -, shee, -kah], 1760–1849, Japanese painter and illustrator.


Hokusai

/ ˌhəʊkʊˈsaɪ; ˈhəʊkʊˌsaɪ /

noun

  1. HokusaiKatsushika17601849MJapaneseARTS AND CRAFTS: artist Katsushika (ˌkætsuːˈʃiːkə). 1760–1849, Japanese artist, noted for the draughtsmanship of his colour wood-block prints, which influenced the impressionists


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Drawing on the museum’s impressive Hokusai collection, visitors have the opportunity to see a new presentation, with artworks being added throughout the summer.

From the oldest masters down to Hokusai, it is constantly welling up in the drollest conceits.

Needless to say, Hokusai did not reach the age of a hundred and ten.

Frederick called one of Hokusai's prints "the golden poem of summer."

Among them there is a sketch by Hokusai which reminds me of the way in which my mind bestrides stray fancies that float past.

I think I can give you a good article on Hokusai; but that is for afterwards; Fontainebleau is first in hand.

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